bill: suggesting he backtracked when . do i have that right? >> exactly right. and that was, of course, in his response to the committee after we got access to that affidavit. we said, whoa, this is very contradictory to what you testified before the committee. we have a lot of answers to get from you. it took a long time to extract those, but the attorney general finally did answer the questions. first, he had someone else answer them for him, then he adopted their answers, but finally he answered the questions. then we wanted to know, well, is there evidence that shows that mr. rosen is, indeed, a criminal co-conspirator and both in the public answers and in the private testimony we found no such evidence and, therefore, it is very disturbing that he would approve an affidavit and a warrant. and the justice department would think it appropriate to accuse reporters of being criminals authority to get around the privacy act and get access to their e-mails. bill: you say as much, holder's view on law permitted him to tarnish mr. rosen as a suspect.